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EB16-B Electric Radio Controlled Buggy

SKU: A2005T

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Product Description

The EB16 1/16 scale electric radio controlled buggy has all the characteristics of a professional model such as adjustable suspension, oil filled shocks, aluminium suspension towers and high precision receiver and servo plus many more. The RC buggy is driven by a powerful RC380 brushed motor. Other features of the model include a front and rear sway bar system to improve stability in cornering and over-sized front and rear differentials with bevel gears for greater reliability.

1/16 electric RC cars may be smaller than their 1/10 scale RC car counterparts but they have a big fun factor! The EB16 comes ready to run (RTR) fully built with radio equipment included. These RC cars are so much fun flying around your garden or you can take them down to your local club to show them how it's done! The model can be raced anywhere; just make a back yard course out of anything you can find around the house and in no time you'll have your garden converted into an action packed track. If you want a model that you can race at tracks but also have some fun with it at home then this is a good choice.


  • 1/16 scale RC buggy
  • 4WD Shaft driven system
  • Ready to Run
  • Oil filled shocks
  • Powerful RC380 brushed motor with ESC
  • Front and rear sway bar system
  • Front and rear bevel gear differentials
  • Adjustable linkages
  • FM radio equipment


  • With: 187mm
  • Height: 108mm
  • Length: 280mm
  • Track: 191mm
  • Wheelbase: 177mm
  • Gear ratio: 10.86:1
  • Wheel diameter: 70mm
  • Ground clearance: 11mm
  • Battery: 7.2V 1100mAh with charger
  • Radio: wheel type FM

    Required To Use

    8x AA Batteries

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